"Big Mitch" (Boone) has to face the uncertainty of life, his sense of uselessness, and loneliness after his daughter (Leslie) announces her plans to get married

Director:

Lamont Johnson

Writer:

Clifford Odets
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robert Blake ... (credit only)
Lloyd Bochner ... Melvin Lloyd
Richard Boone ... C Robert Mitchell
Laura Devon ... (credit only)
June Harding ... (credit only)
Bethel Leslie ... Ruth Mitchell
Harry Morgan ... Hap Felcher
Jeanette Nolan ... Meg Felcher
Ford Rainey ... Mr. Citron
Warren Stevens ... Assessor
Guy Stockwell ... (credit only)
James T. Callahan ... George
Richard Bull ... Bill
Lillian Bronson ... Miss Lacy
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"Big Mitch" (Boone) has to face the uncertainty of life, his sense of uselessness, and loneliness after his daughter (Leslie) announces her plans to get married

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Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

10 December 1963 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Touching family drama
29 December 2015 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

This episode reminds the previous one I watched and commented yesterday, the one talking about a girl escaping from her parents because she was pregnant. Here, that's not about a teenage girl, but a grown up young female who wants to get married but who doesn't know how to explain that to her father. The old man is played by an excellent Richard Boone, a man in his early sixties who feels getting old and useless and who fears to get even more lonely after his daughter will get married. Another topic in which many people will identify themselves, people who will or would have experienced in their own lives. It's useless to say that this story is another highlight of this terrific drama show. But it's not totally hopeless either.

A real must see....


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